Haughty Humpty

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Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall,

He succumbed to death by a great fall,

Some say it was his pride that led him astray,

But we know not what occured that day.

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Was it his pride that ensued his death,

Caused him to stumble with his last breath,

For none but himself will ever know,

How it was he fell below,

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Great and wise he thought him to be,

Widespread his boast for all to see,

In the end it made not a difference,

Surely enough he fell the distance,

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Humpty Dumpty, his mind perverted,

So debased it could not be reverted,

How was it he lost his glorious rectitude,

That left him pompous and destitute?

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None will know,

How it so,

That Humpty Dumpty,

Lost his own soul.

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